MLB: Oakland Athletics at Los Angeles Angels

Questioning Tyler Skaggs’ 2014 season

The prodigal pitching prospect returned to the Angels organization in 2014 only to be lost again. Just when the Angels thought they’d added a solid young arm to their rotation for years to come, Tyler Skaggs had to ruin a perfectly promising season by blowing out his elbow and going down with Tommy John surgery. Before the […]

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What will Jerry Dipoto do?

Earlier this week, I detailed what I would do if I were the GM of the Los Angeles Angels this offseason. As brilliant as my plan might be, apparently people would rather know what the “real” GM of the Angels has planned for this offseason. Yeah, apparently because Jerry Dipoto is “actually employed” by the […]

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Questioning Howie Kendrick’s 2014 season

2014 might have been the best season of Howie Kendrick‘s career. None of his numbers really jump off the page, but when you look at all the different aspects of his game, he’s never been more complete. Where did his biggest improvement come from? Kendrick has always been a good defender, but he was pretty […]

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Questioning Kevin Jepsen’s 2014 season

The reliever that Angels fans loved to hate had the audacity to go out and actually pitch really well this season. What’s up with that, Jepsen? Bullpen whipping boys aren’t supposed to work hard, dedicate themselves to their game and turn into a high quality reliever. We’re going to have to investigate this further. Is […]

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The Monkey’s plans for the Angels offseason

Each offseason since 2009, I have written this column, detailing my plan for what the Angels should do to improve the roster. Each offseason since 2009, the Angels have been blatantly ignoring my plan and they haven’t won a single playoff game in that time. Coincidence? I think not! Fine, if that’s really how you […]

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Questioning Mike Trout’s 2014 season

Question Trout? Is that even legal? Apparently it is because that is exactly what I am going to do. Or at least that is what I am going to attempt to do because there is a pretty good chance that the baseball gods will smite me with a lightning bolt before I finish writing this artic- […]

MLB: Los Angeles Angels at Texas Rangers

Questioning Jered Weaver’s 2014 season

Jered Weaver somehow had one of the worst season of his career and gave us hope for his future all at the same time. How did he do that? No, seriously, I’m asking you how he did that. Is everyone aware that Jered Weaver isn’t an ace anymore? That’s easy: no. I wrote about how […]

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Questioning Chris Iannetta’s 2014 season

He didn’t get much credit for it, but Chris Iannetta turned in one heck of a season, at least offensively. He nearly beat out Mike Trout for the best OBP on the team and once again established himself as the primary catcher in the ever-changing Mike Scioscia catching depth chart. When did Iannetta become such […]

MLB: Kansas City Royals at Oakland Athletics

Angels offseason acquisition targets

Yesterday, we looked at what the Angels need this offseason. That’s great. Now we just need to figure out how to fill those needs. Fortunately, I’ve got just the blog post for that. It is almost like I planned it that way or something. Weird, right? Anyway, let’s start scouring this pisspoor free agent market […]

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